Lorien Giles joined Spertus, Landes & Umhofer in 2018 after graduating from the University of California Los Angeles School of Law. Since joining the firm, Mr. Giles has assisted clients in a range of matters involving contract disputes, attorney malpractice litigation, the False Claims Act, general litigation, and student disciplinary actions. His most recent work includes:
- Advising a film producer on a contractual dispute with a film production company
- Elder Abuse Litigation involving an alleged multi-million-dollar fraud
- Mediating a significant contractual dispute from the sale of a business
- Advising a nationwide healthcare provider on billing procedures
- Defending college students in the 2019 college admissions scandal
While studying at UCLA, Lorien was a research assistant for Professor Richard Re, primarily working on a research paper and amicus brief that was submitted to the United States Supreme Court. Lorien also worked as a law clerk for the District Attorney’s Office in the Hardcore Gang Division and for a civil litigation firm during school. Lorien graduated from Claremont McKenna College with a double major in philosophy and economics and tutored the LSAT before attending law school.